Thursday, October 24, 2019

Get Ready To Welcome Fully Functioning British Era Tram Service In Lahore!

Back to the Gora Rule, a lump of Indians used the tram service to make their traveling experience enhanced. During recent years, the Lahore Transport Company (LTC) has joined hands with a company in the Czech Republic. The City of Gardens, Lahore, captivates all colors of cultural diversification and mixed-race backgrounds. Having several iconic sculptures and structures, the city is the personification of elegance and pure splendor.

 Back to the British Rules, tram service for British-Indians was considered steadfast and comfortable for the daily commute both intercity and intra-city.
A memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed between the Transport Department, a Chinese company, CRSC International and Inkon Group of The Czech Republic. 
Under the MoU, both companies will work together with the Lahore Transport Company for the betterment of the public transport sector in Lahore.
Work on the modern tram project will be started soon and under the first phase, 50 trams will run on 35km long track on Canal Road. The trams would have the capacity to carry 35,000 passengers in an hour.

These trams will be operated through electricity and batteries whereas two tram depots will be set up at two points. The service life of the trams will be of 30 to 40 years. 
This was stated by Provincial Transport Minister Jahanzeb Khan Khichi in a statement issued on Tuesday. He said the tram service project was a gift for Lahore from the Punjab government. 
He stated that international experiences of Germany, Czechoslovakia and China would be benefited for the development of the transport sector in Punjab as these countries have shown a keen interest in investing in the project.

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